SAN JOSÉ, CA. - Friday, August 21st, Mayor Sam Liccardo virtually announced a partnership with local San Jose hotels, coordinated by Team San Jose, to offer reduced rates starting at just $99 a night for evacuees and fire victims.

“My deep appreciation to our hotel partners and Team San José for opening their doors with these very low “San José Cares” rates for our evacuating families,” said San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo. “Together, we’re showing that we are Silicon Valley Strong.”

The prices, known as “San Jose Cares” rates, are being offered by 13 local hotels. To book a room, please visit: sanjose.org/sjcares. The website is being built out and will be live overnight. For now, consumers can contact the hotels directly using the links below and ask for the “San Jose Cares” rate.

“San Jose’s hotel and hospitality community is a strong one and a tight one,” said John LaFortune, Chief Operating Officer at Team San Jose. “Through San Jose Cares, they are again showing their shared commitment to the people of our City--and their generosity.”

For Further information and updates on the local wildfire efforts, please visit siliconvalleystrong.org or follow @CAL_FIRE on social media.

To donate to wildfire victim relief funds, visit here or here.

Hotel To Reserve Rate

  • BW Plus Airport Plaza | Call 408-243-2400 | $99
  • Westin San Jose | Call 408-295-2000 | $99
  • Pavilion Inn | Call 408-437-9100 | $89
  • San Jose Marriott | Visit here | $99
  • Hayes Mansion | 408-226-3200 | $99
  • Country Inn & Suites | Visit here | $99


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